Thanks Benson for sending this in. Here are a collection of reports on MacWorld covered by media giant C|Net who generally appears to lean towards anything non-microsoft related so expect shining reports!
As the Mac faithful gather in New York, Apple CEO Steve Jobs rallies to the defense of the Mac OS X operating system and trots out new hardware, including a bigger iMac and iPods for Windows. Click the headlines to open the report in a new page.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs defends the company's transition to Mac OS X and brings out new devices.
Apple plans to charge about $100 for its formerly free collection of Web services, including iDisk storage and online greeting cards. Say hello to .Mac.
For Apple fans who rushed to the operating system last year, moving to version 10.2 means having to buy a new Mac or pay full retail for the software.
The Mac maker reports quarterly sales and earnings that match analysts' lowered expectations. Shipments climbed, but sales were down.
News source: Apple's harvest: New iPods, bigger iMac and more